I’m delighted to be heading to Inverness for Ness Book Fest next month to do a reading! I’ll be reading some flash fiction at the beginning of Mandy Haggith’s nature poetry event at the Inverness Museum & Art Gallery on Thursday 3rd October at 3pm. Mandy Haggith is an excellent poet and author. Her … More Ness Book Fest
Really excited to announce my debut collection of short stories Beaten to a Pulp! is now available in paperback. You can order a copy from Amazon or CreateSpace for £4.50. Buy here Beaten to a Pulp! A manuscript discovered on a broken hard drive reveals a tale of secret societies, drugs and murder in Victorian … More Beaten to a Pulp! now available in print
A piece of flash fiction I wrote, Medium, has been accepted for The Great British Write Off 2016. Published yearly by Forward Poetry, The Great British Write Off is an open contest for writers working in the UK and will features hundreds of poems and short stories. The book, this year called Whispering Words, will be … More The Great British Write Off 2016
My debut short story collection, Beaten to a Pulp!, will be available in print soon from Amazon and CreateSpace. In the meantime, there’s more proofing to be done, and if you can’t wait you can get the digital edition for your Kindle now.
I’m really excited to have one of my short stories, Unofficial Tapes #1, included in the launch of new Scottish web and print mag, FTP. According to editor and founder Mina Green: “FTP stands for Fuck The Patriarchy – the idea is to promote equal rights and opportunities for all people through the creative arts, … More FTP Magazine
That’s it! Beaten to a Pulp! is out now exclusively on Amazon. You can read it on Kindles, ipads, laptops and phones (though it might be tricky to read on your Nokia 3310). What’s more, from Monday to Friday this week it’s on free promotion, so if you’re keen but skint get in there now … More Beaten to a Pulp! OUT NOW
Excited to announce my first collection of short stories, Beaten to a Pulp!, will be out on Kindle on Monday! Secret societies, drugs and murder in Victorian Glasgow, slumlord dragons in ancient Japan and marital problems vs the apocalypse… it’s an eclectic mix that travels across location, genre and time but all tied together with … More Beaten to a Pulp! out Monday